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Breast and Axilla | 5.1 Benign lesions
Case 5.1.8 Other benign non cystic lesions


Papillomas:
Intracystic mass tha proved to be a papilloma
Angiomyxoma:
Tumor of mixed density that biopsy and later surgical removal proved to be an angiomyxoma
Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH):
Well defined slightly lobulated mass that proved to be a pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH)
Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH):
Breast tumor that proved to be a pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia
Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH):
Hypoechoic oval mass with a with a smooth contour and sharp margins with central cystic areas which proved to be a pseudo angiomatous hyperp ...
Lactating adenoma:
Lactating adenoma with a large lobulated vascularized mass
Lactating adenoma:
3 cm large lactating adenoma with a well defined oval mass with cystic spaces
Tubular adenoma:
Hypoechoic vascularized fairly well defined mass that biopsy proved to be a tubular adenoma
Phyllodes tumors:
Phyllodes tumor with a hypoechoic lobulated mass
Case of the month November 2014: Phyllodes tumors:
Growing benign phyllodes tumor March 2008
Phyllodes tumors:
Large phyllodes tumor
Phyllodes tumors:
Phyllodes tumor with a slightly lobulated hypoechoic mass
Phyllodes tumors:
Phyllodes tumor recurrence with a large inhomogeneous hypoechoic lobulated mass in a 72 year old patient
Benign fibrous tumors:
Oval lobulated hypoechoic vascularized mass. Biopsy showed fibrous tissue no signs of malignancy
Benign fibrous tumors:
Oval lobulated hypoechoic mass. Biopsy showed fibrous tissue no signs of malignancy
Benign fibrous tumors:
Oval mass that was soft with elastography. Biopsy proved the mass to be benign
Benign fibrous tumors:
Small oval hypoechoic mass. Biopsy showed fibrous tissue no signs of malignancy
Benign fibrous tumors:
Oval hypoechoic mass indistinguishable from a fibroadenoma. Biopsy showed fibrous tissue no signs of malignancy
Benign fibrous tumors:
Oval hypoechoic mass indistinguishable from a fibroadenoma. Biopsy showed fibrous tissue no signs of malignancy
Benign fibrous tumors:
Small lobulated vascularized mass Biopsy proved this to be adenosis
Benign fibrous tumors:
Lobulated vascularized mass Biopsy proved this to be ductal hyperplasia
Benign fibrous tumors:
Multiple ill defined lesions in the left breast that biopsy proved to be atypical hyperplasia
Intramammary lymphe nodes:
Intramammary lymphe node
Intramammary lymphe nodes:
Intra mammary lymph node
Intramammary lymphe nodes:
Intramammary lymphe node
Various:
Slightly hyperechoic lesion with cystic areas. No flow could be detected Biopsy proved this to be a hemangioma
Various:
Lesion with microcystic areas that biopsy proved to be a cavernous hemangioma
Various:
Fast growing hypervascularized mass in a pregnant patient in january that biopsy proved to be an adenosis
Various:
Adenosis with a complex partly cystic vascularized mass with calcifications. No signs of malignancy were found.
Various:
Benign looking mass with cystic spaces that biopsy proved to be a cystic glomangioma
Various:
Breast lesion that proved to be neurofibromatosis
Various:
Birads 4 lesion that biopsy proved to be a cholesterol granuloma and chronic infection
Various:
Lesion in the right breast that proved to be a granulomatous inflammation
Various:
Thickening of the nipple and areolar tissue with hypervascularity. Biopsy showed chronic inflammation but no signs of malignancy
Various:
Vascular calcification
Various:
Thrombophlebitis of a breast vein Mondor´s disease with a non compressible thrombus filled vein
Various:
Ectopic mammary gland in the axilla during lactation simulating cystic lesion
Various:
Edema with edematous thickened skin of the breast in a patient with cardiac dysfunction
Papillomas:
Intracystic mass tha proved to be a papilloma
Angiomyxoma:
Tumor of mixed density that biopsy and later surgical removal proved to be an angiomyxoma
Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH):
Well defined slightly lobulated mass that proved to be a pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH)
Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH):
Breast tumor that proved to be a pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia
Pseudoangiomatous stromal hyperplasia (PASH):
Hypoechoic oval mass with a with a smooth contour and sharp margins with central cystic areas which proved to be a pseudo angiomatous hyperp ...
Lactating adenoma:
Lactating adenoma with a large lobulated vascularized mass
Lactating adenoma:
3 cm large lactating adenoma with a well defined oval mass with cystic spaces
Tubular adenoma:
Hypoechoic vascularized fairly well defined mass that biopsy proved to be a tubular adenoma
Phyllodes tumors:
Phyllodes tumor with a hypoechoic lobulated mass
Case of the month November 2014: Phyllodes tumors:
Growing benign phyllodes tumor March 2008
Phyllodes tumors:
Large phyllodes tumor
Phyllodes tumors:
Phyllodes tumor with a slightly lobulated hypoechoic mass
Phyllodes tumors:
Phyllodes tumor recurrence with a large inhomogeneous hypoechoic lobulated mass in a 72 year old patient
Benign fibrous tumors:
Oval lobulated hypoechoic vascularized mass. Biopsy showed fibrous tissue no signs of malignancy
Benign fibrous tumors:
Oval lobulated hypoechoic mass. Biopsy showed fibrous tissue no signs of malignancy
Benign fibrous tumors:
Oval mass that was soft with elastography. Biopsy proved the mass to be benign
Benign fibrous tumors:
Small oval hypoechoic mass. Biopsy showed fibrous tissue no signs of malignancy
Benign fibrous tumors:
Oval hypoechoic mass indistinguishable from a fibroadenoma. Biopsy showed fibrous tissue no signs of malignancy
Benign fibrous tumors:
Oval hypoechoic mass indistinguishable from a fibroadenoma. Biopsy showed fibrous tissue no signs of malignancy
Benign fibrous tumors:
Small lobulated vascularized mass Biopsy proved this to be adenosis
Benign fibrous tumors:
Lobulated vascularized mass Biopsy proved this to be ductal hyperplasia
Benign fibrous tumors:
Multiple ill defined lesions in the left breast that biopsy proved to be atypical hyperplasia
Intramammary lymphe nodes:
Intramammary lymphe node
Intramammary lymphe nodes:
Intra mammary lymph node
Intramammary lymphe nodes:
Intramammary lymphe node
Various:
Slightly hyperechoic lesion with cystic areas. No flow could be detected Biopsy proved this to be a hemangioma
Various:
Lesion with microcystic areas that biopsy proved to be a cavernous hemangioma
Various:
Fast growing hypervascularized mass in a pregnant patient in january that biopsy proved to be an adenosis
Various:
Adenosis with a complex partly cystic vascularized mass with calcifications. No signs of malignancy were found.
Various:
Benign looking mass with cystic spaces that biopsy proved to be a cystic glomangioma
Various:
Breast lesion that proved to be neurofibromatosis
Various:
Birads 4 lesion that biopsy proved to be a cholesterol granuloma and chronic infection
Various:
Lesion in the right breast that proved to be a granulomatous inflammation
Various:
Thickening of the nipple and areolar tissue with hypervascularity. Biopsy showed chronic inflammation but no signs of malignancy
Various:
Vascular calcification
Various:
Thrombophlebitis of a breast vein Mondor´s disease with a non compressible thrombus filled vein
Various:
Ectopic mammary gland in the axilla during lactation simulating cystic lesion
Various:
Edema with edematous thickened skin of the breast in a patient with cardiac dysfunction
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